machzor

[Sephardic Hebrew mahkh-zohr; Ashkenazic Hebrew mahkh-zohr, -zawr, -zuhr]
noun, plural mach·zo·rim [Sephardic Hebrew mahkh-zaw-reem; Ashkenazic Hebrew mahkh-zoh-rim] /Sephardic Hebrew mɑx zɔˈrim; Ashkenazic Hebrew mɑxˈzoʊ rɪm/, English.
  1. mach·zors. Hebrew. mahzor.

mahzor

or mach·zor

[Sephardic Hebrew mahkh-zohr; Ashkenazic Hebrew mahkh-zohr, -zawr, -zuhr]
noun, plural mah·zo·rim [Sephardic Hebrew mahkh-zaw-reem; Ashkenazic Hebrew mahkh-zoh-rim] /Sephardic Hebrew mɑx zɔˈrim; Ashkenazic Hebrew mɑxˈzoʊ rɪm/, English mah·zors. Hebrew.
  1. a Jewish prayer book designed for use on festivals and holy days.
Compare siddur.
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machzor

mahzor

noun plural -zorim (-zɔˈriːm, English -zəˈriːm)
  1. a Jewish prayer book containing prescribed holiday rituals

Word Origin for machzor

literally: cycle

mahzor

noun plural -zorim (-zɔˈriːm, English -zəˈriːm)
  1. a variant spelling of machzor
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